Wedding flowers & bouquets By Jewels Box

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Fall is a season about celebrating natural look, and a fall wedding is an opportunity to do the same. This time of year, leaves are changing colours, flowers are blooming, and fruits and veggies are all being harvested. So take advantage by incorporating these elements into your fall wedding décor, by the help of Jewels Box.


With vibrant colours and autumnal blooms everywhere, it's easy to get inspired for your own bridal bouquet. And though a fall wedding feels practically synonymous with a rustic-themed bash, that doesn't have to be the case. The key to making your blooms feel seasonal without going overboard is to pick flowers like mums, astilbe, and asters, or choose petals in hues like burnt orange, yellow, and deep red. Of course, if you're after the rustic-chic look for your fall wedding, you can always play up the theme with accents like maple leaves, seasonal berries, wheat, and greenery. 


These simple additions can turn a classic bouquet into an autumnal arrangement that truly represents the season. Below, you'll find traditional bouquets in bold palettes, unexpected bouquets of all shapes and sizes, and petite bouquets of singular in-season blooms. 


Scroll through 10 fall bouquets to find the one that fits you and your fall wedding theme best!



When it came to her bouquet, this espouses wanted something “unfussy and wild,” and chose a floral designer, Saipua, who organize blooms “in such a beautiful Dutch still-life sort of way." 



At her cosy fall wedding, bride Sonny carried a bouquet of creamy dahlias, anemones, ranunculus, astilbe, silver bell eucalyptus, and geranium foliage, tied with a flowing ribbon by Flowers in Your Hand.  



"Our planner Lani was amazing at figuring out exactly what we wanted, even when we had a hard time articulating it," says Kate of her Portland wedding. These Bouquets are more designer and good looking on wraps stacked up with roses in shades of burgundy, become flushed, and mauve



This fall beauty was made with flowers in shades of red, white, pale pink, and yellow—plus accents of actual fall leaves. A.P. Wedding Flowers bundle of wild cornflowers tied together with a dusty blue ribbon.



Lily in Flowershop made this marriage bundle, which included chocolate universe, smoke bramble, and plants integrated with Silk and Willow lace! It’s great working with people who know you and get your style," adds the bride, who married in an elevated camp wedding in North Carolina.



This dazzling bunch was made solely of late-summer sprouts, including dahlias, astilbes, sand trap roses, and snapdragons. Branch Design Studio tied everything together with a gold ribbon and complimented with greenery. At this Charleston wedding, the 'maids carried bouquets of David Austin roses, garden roses, astrantia, astilbe, and scabiosa by Blossoms Events.



At this Colorado wedding, the brides' bouquets coordinated perfectly with the palette of their wedding party's attire. Each arrangement paired dahlias, succulents, scabiosa, clematis, and delphinium, and was made by Farmette Flowers. This Montana lady finished her look with a brilliant and sentimental bunch of dahlias, garden roses, ranunculus, hellebores, and searched berries by Greenwood Events.



Exposed Root Flora made this pre-winter bunch utilizing dahlias and ranunculus sprouts close by berries, crisp foliage, velvet blue lace—and a smaller than normal apple! This bride carried a bouquet of white panda anemones and seeded eucalyptus, created by Electric Flora, for her hilltop wedding in Tennessee.



White and redden roses made this bundle sentimental, while dull accents (like berries and burgundy sprouts) included a cranky touch for the fall wedding season. At this Chicago wedding, the bridal party held a smaller version of the bride's bouquet. Each was made by Intertwine Flowers by Kelly Lenard using hellebores, Queen Anne's lace, and maidenhair fern.



A loose, lush bouquet comprised of orange cymbidium orchids and greenery.


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